NFL Pro Football 2019 Baltimore Ravens Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The Baltimore Ravens concluded their regular season with a 10-6 overall record and were champions of the AFC North division. They drew the LA Chargers at home in an AFC Wildcard game and lost 23-17. It was the first time in three seasons for the Ravens to earn a playoff spot which saved head coach John Harbaugh’s job.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Baltimore Ravens lined at 8 ½ wins with the over returning +110 odds and the under set at -140 odds.

Ravens parted ways with their recent Super Bowl winning quarterback and Joe Flacco was sent to Denver. They are all in with second year quarterback Lamar Jackson. In his rookie season Jackson completed 58.2% of his throws with six touchdowns and three interceptions. He rushed for 695 yards with 4.7 yards per rush. Jackson needed better targets in his passing game if he is to tone his skills in the pocket. With their first pick in the draft the Ravens selected Marquise Brown a wide receiver from Oklahoma then with their third pick the team took Miles Boykin a receiver out of Notre Dame. Under Jackson the Ravens won six of their final seven regular season games to thrust the team to division champs.

To help a run game that netted 4.4 yards a carry last year the team singed running back Mark Ingram in free agency from New Orleans. Justice Hill a running back from Oklahoma came with their fourth pick in the draft. Ravens defense was strong as the team held opponents to 18 points and 290 yards per game. They did a good job run defending limiting opponents to 3.7 yards per carry. With their second pick they selected edge rusher Jaylon Ferguson from Louisiana Tech.

Baltimore will face every team from the NFC West and AFC East. As the first place team in their division last year they must play first place Kansas City from the AFC West and Houston from the AFC North. Ravens schedule has a unique setup rotating home with road games for every game on their schedule.

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